BEAT BACK PAIN with Centaured Sport

Lincoln's only indoor Hippo-therapy provider for the treatment of back pain

Other services provided

  • Freelance sport psychology for teams or individuals - Build the mental strengths needed for winning, Understand how to use postitive language to re-enforce self confidence. Learn how hidden negative influences hinder your performance. Find out how having a flexible mind progresses affects you ability to performe to your personal best.. 

 

  • Rider coaching on a dressage simulator - Take some time to have some rider focused lesson and see how quickly both you and your horse see the benifits. See below for more details of the rider assessment.

*July's offer 25% off HIPPO-THREAPY.*

 

VISIT 'LINCOLNSHIRE ECHO'  "OFFERS" AND PRINT OFF THE VOUCHER,

I WILL ALSO ACCEPT THEM FOR THE DRESSAGE COACHING  

 



Meet the state of the art mechanical horse used for Hippotherapy and coaching.

Assessment Screen

The Rider Assessment 

 

For riders who are happy to walk trot and canter the video print out screen is idea for showing how you are presently riding.

 

On the top left of the screen the sensors show how evenly your weight is being distributed from left to right. 

 

On the bottom left of the screen the screen the sensors show whether you are tilting forwards or bacward.

 

The leg sensors on the top right of the screen pick up if your lower leg has a tendency to grip in at particular gait. A leg aid should be like ringing a doorbell, you press then release. If you don’t press nobody knows you are requiring a response. If you prolong the press, you will either get an irate angry response, or the bell will be turned off, so you get no response. Each of the 3 sensors gives a different signal to the horse, and what you require depends on how acuratly you can ask. Confusion comes when a horse doesnt understand what's being asked.

 

The rein sensors show what contact you have on the rein, it shows if you are holding them evenly, too tight, or to loose. A contact enables a rider to talk with the horse through the bit, a polite contact enables a rider to whisper.